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Mar 3, 2005 | 1:04 PM EST
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3.9 MB
3 min 1 sec
Score
4.01 / 5.00

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Rated 4.01 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

Experimental. Do whatever you want, nothing I say matters anyway.

Reviews


Pandora-TranquilPandora-Tranquil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i like i like

when the first piano was in it was pretty good, then the new piano was very pretty, and i like again how instead of repeating over and over u change it up every other time or so.

i didnt care for the end very much, maybe if u had made that a piano instead of that synth noise, then it wouldhave gone great with that pad.

newayz pretty good, u got talent with the piano.

PaNdOrA


AdmiralConquistador responds:

Thanks, in the beginning it is a sort of piano, a Rhodes piano, and I agree because I do like the second piano part, even though most people didn't. The end was like standard techno with slightly glitchy synths, but yea this is also experimental music. Thanks for the review and comments, cheers

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KhuskanKhuskan

Rated 4 / 5 stars

:o

Constant... vox.. channel panning... Wo@h... the walls are melting. Very 80's computery, brought back a nice nostalgic feel, the kind i used to get right before my BBC Microcomputers PCU exploded.

*sheds a tear*

There are parts the bass goes to such a low frequency the tone isnt audiable

and just so you know, its IMPOSSIBLE to do a piano trill on one note like that. Theres just not enough time for the key to come back.

Now review my audio :P

Oh dear god, got to the bit after piano... Oooooo i like this bit. Its so cheesy its good!


AdmiralConquistador responds:

I wasn't aiming for realism with this song, which is why I labeled it "Experimental" :) The same applies to the bass going to such a low frequency. Btw, I'm not sure what you are talking about, I never made the bass go that low, or at least my headphones were able to produce the tone perfectly. The only thing I made go that low was a saw synth, and that was on purpose. Thanks for the review, cheers

-ac-


monkeybullmanmonkeybullman

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Yes!...

...I love that clicky kick when it first comes in, especially with those subtle vox/talking in the background. Sounds like a computer game from the 80's is wanting to escape and join the new music revolution!:) U definately know how to create a good mood with your tunes, but I agree with the guy before me, I would lose that bit of piano. The end section is really corny, but it works perfectly. I see a happy little computer sprite dancing a happy dance!


AdmiralConquistador responds:

Haha, great review man, thanks for the comments. Mood is one thing I aim to create when I write my music. Like I said to Kingbastard, I guess I must be attached to my piano part, because it works for me. The end section, yea, corny but fun. Anyway, thanks for the review, cheers

-ac-


KingbastardKingbastard

Rated 5 / 5 stars

More like this please!

I feel I have to give u 10 for this tune just because of the experimental nature of it. I think some of the sounds could be improved with some fx and shit, but it's a really cool, chilled and minimalist electronic trk. Could've done without that piano though. I love the time change towards the end it makes the track kick along with a happy feeling to it, put a smile on my face:) Cool shit man.


AdmiralConquistador responds:

A 10 from Kingbastard, first time for me haha. Thanks man, I don't know if I agree with you about the piano, I really enjoy it, but my tea doesn't suit everyone. I also enjoy the end, glad you liked it. Cheers

-ac-